Explicit Game

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Explicit Game
Explicit Game.jpg
Studio album by Dru Down
Released September 6, 1994
Recorded 1992-1994
Genre West Coast Hip Hop
Label Relativity Records
Producer Dru Down, Numskull, JT the Bigga Figga, Tone Capone, Ant Banks, Gino Blackwell, Darrin "Digital D" Harris, Pure Cane
Dru Down chronology
Dru Down
(1993)
Explicit Game
(1994)
Can You Feel Me
(1996)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Explicit Game is the second album by Oakland rapper, Dru Down, his first for Relativity Records and also his first make it to the billboard charts. It is essentially a re-release of his underground album entitled, Fools From The Streets, released in mid 1993, featuring the same album art and track listing in a different order. Explicit Game did make it to 46 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and also made it to 31 on the Top Heatseekers chart.[2] In addition to the album charting, a single entitled "Pimp of the Year" made it to 65 on the Billboard Top 100 and 14 on the Hot Rap Tracks.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Pimp of the Year"- 4:14
  2. "Ice Cream Man"- 5:18 (featuring Luniz)
  3. "Rescue 911"- 6:37 (featuring Yukmouth)
  4. "Realer Than Real"- 4:29
  5. "Rigged"- 4:21 (featuring Luniz)
  6. "Bad Boys"- 5:40 (featuring JT the Bigga Figga)
  7. "Should Have Said So"- 6:13
  8. "Talkin' Shit"- 4:45
  9. "Ain't No Stoppin'"- 3:40
  10. "Hoo Ride"- 4:54 (featuring Luniz)
  11. "Call Me Dru Down"- 3:38
  12. "No One Loves You"- 4:00 (featuring Yukmouth)
  13. "Talk How You Feel"- 3:45 (featuring Numskull)
  14. "Fools From the Streets"- 5:11 (featuring Luniz)
  15. "Bonus Track"- 4:38 (featuring Luniz)

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